If you intend to sync one more folder, you have to do so by relocate as well as its contents to the OneDrive folder on your computer system. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of IDG Media Pvt. After the Dow Jones Industrial Average scored a respectable 211 points to close the final session of last week, it ended up returning virtually all those gains the following Monday.
But according to financial experts, this should not be taken necessarily as a positive sign.
The cautionary note surrounding tech stocks isn’t just limited to obscure technical factors. One thing is clear — no sector has escaped unscathed from the poor start to the markets this year. This will certainly be a much-anticipated earnings report when MSFT releases their results for the second quarter of fiscal year 2016 on Thursday. Since Windows programs are among the bread and butter of MSFT, anything that negatively affects PC sales could boomerang unfavorably for the tech giant.
Even if QCOM were to positively surprise analysts, it will still have to convince jittery investors that the worst of the ride is over. A lot can change in a heartbeat with tech stocks, but for QCOM, there’s likely still downside risk that needs to be worked out. Renowned semiconductor company Texas Instruments Incorporated (TXN) has been a bit of a head-case in recent trades. The markets collapsed TXN’s valuation beginning in the early spring of 2015, only to see it rise sharply in the final quarter of the year. Which Texas Instruments will decide to show up when it releases Q4 FY2015 earnings results this Wednesday? Further, it calls into question the quality of TXN’s earnings — how much more growth can they expect by simply trimming excess fat? When it comes down to it, TXN is a solid company trapped in an unfortunate circumstance — look for some weakness in the nearer-term before engaging this opportunity. As of this writing, Josh Enomoto did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.
After using the Microsoft Project Professional 2013 Preview, Will Kelly reports back on a handful of appealing new features and tools. Microsoft Project Professional 2013 is due to launch alongside Microsoft Office 2013 in early 2013. Reporting tools are becoming an even more important feature in project management applications, as many companies drill down further into the details of even well-run projects to see how their budgets are being spent. Project Professional 2013 offers improved reporting tools that maintain the Office-like experience, making it easier for users of all levels to see and publish project information in a view that works for them. Project Professional 2013's reporting tools improvements mean dashboard output of project management information. A lack of integration with other Microsoft Office applications, SharePoint, and Office 365 has been hampering Microsoft Project for some time.
Microsoft made a much-needed step to get project data to the cloud through Office 365 and SharePoint. Some compliance programs and special projects may have their own particular schedule requirements, so templates can still come in handy. While Project 2010 offered a better way for getting scheduling data out of Project and into Microsoft Word documents and PowerPoint slide decks than previous versions of Project, there was still room for improvement. The new Task Path feature might be helpful for project managers handling large, complex schedules, because it enables seeing the path for a specific task including: Predecessors, Driving Predecessors, Successors, and Driven Successors.
Office 2013 is getting its own online app store called the Office Store that promises both Microsoft and third-party add-ins for Project 2013. Usually, Microsoft Project is part of a corporate Windows PC foundation, installed as part of a software push or through sneaker net. Project on Demand's potential is appealing, but it makes a Project 2013 mobile client app seem conspicuously absent.
Microsoft Project 2013 may not have the upgrades a seasoned Microsoft Project user may want with new high-end features. Will Kelly is a freelance technical writer and analyst currently focusing on enterprise mobility, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and the consumerization of IT. For as long as Microsoft has offered a search engine, CEO Steve Ballmer or one of his minions has talked about the goal of providing answers to real questions rather than forcing people to use keywords.
Today, Microsoft seized the answer search initiative, by incorporating Encyclopedia Britannica into Bing results. Many people have resisted migrating from Windows 7 and 8.1 to Windows 10, but Microsoft has now announced that new processors will only run on Windows 10.
You might have noticed, last summer, that windows were popping up on your PC encouraging you to switch to Microsoft’s latest operating system (OS) – Windows 10.
You see, Windows 8 was somewhat of a disaster for Microsoft, both technically and aesthetically. These fears were further compounded when story after story emerged of issues with Windows 10 e.g. Microsoft has decided to try and force your hand a little sooner with their announcement that new processors will only be compatible with Windows 10, so let’s take a look at what this means for you and your business.
Microsoft is keen for the latest processors being designed to use the most up to date Windows OS.
Upgrading previous versions of Windows always had a financial pinch for consumers, but Windows 10 is completely free.
Microsoft wants everyone to adopt it, so ensuring that Windows 10 is essential for new processors means there will be no choice but to upgrade. It’s also a move which will keep hardware developers for Microsoft happy as they will no longer have to outlay huge amounts of cash on making their processors backwards compatible. You might be concerned that Windows is forcing you to not only upgrade to Windows 10, but also to upgrade to one of the new processors. Windows 7 and 8.1 will still receive essential security and application updates for several years, so, as long as your hardware stays the same, your OS will remain supported. However, remaining on an ‘antiquated’ OS is not the best way for your business to stay competitive and work to its full potential. For more ways to secure and optimize your business technology, contact your local IT professionals. By now you will have seen the ‘Get Windows 10’ popup on your PC, but did you know that it’s being downloaded to your system even if you haven’t opted in?
Microsoft has decided to start installing Window 10 on systems and this, of course, is eating into people’s broadband usage, so it’s riled many consumers.
Many users of previous Windows are more than happy with their current operating systems; after the criticism of Windows 8 it’s no surprise that consumers are a little reticent to trust Microsoft’s software. Even though Microsoft is working hard to shout “IT’S FREE!” from every available rooftop, some people are still refusing the upgrade. Microsoft is so confident that users will want Windows 10 eventually that they’re downloading it to a hidden folder on people’s systems.
It’s an intrusive move on Microsoft’s part and, given the recent spate of Windows 10 security concerns, highlights the software giant as being somewhat arrogant and out of touch.
Now, of course, almost all of us sign up to the automatic updates as we’re advised it’s the best way to protect the security of our systems. Understandably, many users are unhappy with Microsoft’s underhanded tactics, so are intent on removing Windows 10 for good and taking back control of their system. Is it right to sneak a product onto everyone’s system through the patch management interface?
Despite most Windows updates installing new files on our systems the size has never been an issue. Microsoft’s Windows 10 claims to improve the PC experience, but the forced update is causing data caps to blow and creating financial chaos for its users. No one likes to receive a huge bill for their wireless costs, so many consumers are furious that this is happening due to Windows 10’s automated update service. We decided to take a look at the situation to keep you informed about this latest headache to hit Windows 10. This is all well and good in normal circumstances, but Windows 10 has changed the playing field.


Due to the number of people rushing to sign up to Windows 10 coupled with the flurry of updates, users’ bandwidth usage is, unknowingly, skyrocketing and running up huge bills for consumers.
The fees associated with exceeding bandwidth usage vary between ISPs and even countries, but some of the hardest hit customers are those in remote locations where internet access is already expensive. The simplest solution is to roll Windows 10 back to the previous version of Windows you were using. There are also certain manual changes you can make to driver updates through a special troubleshooting app released by Microsoft.
This latest crisis to hit Microsoft’s newest installment of their flagship Windows product is certainly embarrassing, but teething problems are always going to be present in new software. Windows 10 has been released and promises to improve your PC experience like never before, but how does Windows 10 performance compare against 7 and 8.1? Now, Windows 8.1 certainly scored highly when it came to outperforming Windows 7, but the flat design aesthetics certainly riled a few consumers in terms of looks an usability.
Windows 10, therefore, presents the perfect opportunity for Microsoft to push the performance of Windows that little bit further and improve on its aesthetic appeal. To get a better understanding of what Windows 10 can offer consumers, we’re going to compare it against its two predecessors. Waiting for a PC to boot up used to be an agonizingly long affair where you had enough time to go and make a coffee! The speed in which a PC can boot up is always going to depend – to some degree – on the hardware involved, but operating systems also contribute towards this result. And whilst it’s no surprise that Windows 8.1 boots up in 4 seconds compared to Windows 7’s 5 seconds, you may be surprised to find that Windows 10 is the slowest of all three with 6 seconds. Due to the energy conscious world we live in, the sleep option for PCs has been widely celebrated.
Finally, waking up from hibernation tells a similar story with Windows 10 taking 21 seconds as opposed to 23 and 27 seconds Windows 8.1 and 7 respectively.
The digital world is an incredibly busy place these days, so any time saving benefits are welcomed with open arms by all PC users.
Windows 10, therefore, you would expect to take note of this modern ire and build on its predecessors’ performances. Somewhat bafflingly, though, Windows 10 does not take the initiative of improving the application experience with a significant increase in speed. Everyone wants to have their hard drive working as quickly as possible be it either reading or writing data, so how does Windows 10 perform in this arena? In terms of synthetic performance such as CPU and graphics card performance, Windows 10 performs very strongly against Windows 8.1 and Windows 7. Again, though, Windows 10 doesn’t always outperform Windows 8.1 and Windows 7, but certainly matches and holds its own in comparison tests. Whilst we can’t state that Windows 10 bursts out of the starting blocks into an unassailable lead, we can tell you that it’s quicker than its predecessors in some key areas such as waking up, storage and entertainment options. Sure, it’s not perfect by any means, but it’s a very new release and previous versions of Windows have always gone on to improve and optimize their performance with the latest updates. If you’re running Windows 7 or 8.1, though, it’s fine to carry on running with these systems for now as they will deliver solid performance, but the more bleeding edge user will be looking to upgrade to Windows 10. There are a number of particularly annoying side effects of the upgrade that users may not even be aware of.
We live in an age of security leaks and hysteria about how our personal information is handled, but Microsoft doesn’t seem to be aware of this. In fact, by agreeing to upgrade to Windows 10 you’ve had to agree to their Service Agreement – that long list of legalese that you give up reading after the first few points give you a headache! This means that details such as WiFi logons, browsing history and passwords will all be stored on Microsoft’s servers. Your bandwidth refers to the capacity and space you have to do the things online you enjoy e.g. Microsoft, though, want to use your bandwidth to help fuel the ‘Windows Update Delivery Optimization’ service. Windows 10 comes with a feature named WiFi Sense which allows any of your Facebook friends to log into your WiFi without entering the password.
Now, we’re not saying your Facebook friends are going to cause havoc with your WiFi, but again it’s a question of personal choice.
However, other users with WiFi Sense will still have the capability to share your home WiFi network, so you need to append your network name with “_optout” e.g. Windows 10 assigns each device running it a unique ‘Advertising ID’ which gathers information about web searches and websites visited. This information is then used to serve up those carefully tailored ads which try and sell you products whenever you visit a website with an adserver. By protecting yourself with the steps above you’ll find that you’re able to enjoy Windows 10 with peace of mind that your security is as strong as it can be. This folder as well as anything transferred to it then syncs to your on the internet OneDrive account.
This is the folder to which you’ll reroute your existing folder to make sure that its contents can sync with OneDrive. If you currently have a folder of pictures on your computer system called Vacation Pictures. When OneDrive restarts, the contents of your brand-new folder instantly sync to your on-line OneDrive account. Even more conspicuous is the sentiment towards tech stocks, which mathematically has seen a substantial decline in implied volatility. Badly burned traders are waiting for hard signals that it’s safe to jump back into the markets. Indeed, the more convincing argument rests within the changing fundamentals of the industry itself, which is rapidly shifting towards cloud computing. With tech stocks having a reputation for volatility, it pays for investors to be extra careful when the following three industry giants release their earnings results later this week. After decades of operating in relative obscurity, MSFT chief executive officer Satya Nadella is bringing its research division out of the Stone Age. Wall Street forecasts earnings per share to come in at 71 cents, unchanged from the year-ago quarter. Competitor Intel Corporation (INTC), despite exceeding expectations for its own earnings report, issued a warning about slowing Chinese markets having a direct impact on personal computer sales. Any assumptions that the company will carry the momentum into 2016 quickly died when TXN again dropped like a rock — partly due to the failed takeover bid of rival chipmaker Maxim Integrated Products Inc. A good chunk of the 30%-plus move last year between late August and December has vanished in less than two months. Without their support, it will be difficult to justify the exposure risk to tech stocks, given how important the region is to the industry.
The improvements due in this upcoming release should do a lot to help project managers and their teams centralize project information, collaborate better, and present that information to managers, stakeholders, and partners. Accountability is huge right now, and improved reporting tools can give you the best views of project information and help you communicate it to management, the customer, and the rest of your team. While this isn't necessarily a feature for advanced Microsoft Project users, it does provide a better opportunity for experienced users to open up the application to other team members to create these reports within a couple of clicks.
Project management information has a vibrant life outside of Gantt charts, but Microsoft Project has a notorious reputation in some organizations. This integration is especially important to remote workers, because it enables the sharing of project data through a dedicated project team site.
Microsoft has done just that in Project Professional 2013 with the Timeline view (Figure D), which offers better visualization tools and better options for designing and printing reports. Now Microsoft is also planning to offer Project Pro for Office 365, with the same features as Project Professional 2013, but allowing users to install Project on multiple PCs in the office or at home. After all, Microsoft is offering more flexibility where a user installs Project, but mobile support is still nowhere to be found. However, Microsoft Project 2013's new tools and features will certainly help project managers in organizations where better collaboration, communications, and presentation of project management data is necessary to maintain budget and resources. He has also written about cloud computing, Big Data, virtualization, project management applications, Google Apps, Microsoft technologies, and online collaboration for TechRepublic and other sites. The success of social search service Quora or Yahoo Answers shows how much people simply want to ask.


Sure Google places Wikipedia front and center, but Britannica is an undisputed, reliable authority -- well for anyone old enough to have owned a set of the books.
To question "Who was Giordano Bruno?", Britannica is third result, but nowhere as pop-out pretty as Salvetti promises from Bing.
As a result, consumers were reticent to take up Microsoft’s offer of a free upgrade as they had no idea what would be waiting for them. This means that new processors released by AMD, Intel and Qualcomm will only work on PCs running Windows 10. This is all part of Microsoft’s plan to market Windows 10 as a service rather than a costly product. That’s why it seems as though it’s only going to get harder and harder to resist the upgrade to Windows 10. It’s not the first time that Microsoft has ‘borrowed’ peoples broadband, so let’s take a look at this latest scandal in a little more detail. However, it feels as though Microsoft is exploiting this need for security to push their own products at the expense of their users’ choice.
In this instance, however, Microsoft may have forced some users into unknowingly exceeding their broadband limits. The automated update service for Windows 10 is very busy at the moment and runs quietly in the background, so users aren’t even aware of its activity.
This makes sure that your system knows you’re running on a data cap and will ask permission before downloading any updates.
With around 70 million downloads and counting, Microsoft certainly needs to ensure updates to counter this issue is resolved soon and with their users’ permission.
Boot up speeds, thankfully, have improved, but still aren’t perfect and consumers are willing to invest in anything which speeds up this process. It’s here that Windows 10 really starts performing by taking just 10 seconds to wake up compared to 12 and 17 seconds for Windows 8.1 and 7 respectively.
The problem is that, hidden within it, are clauses which allow them to sync their servers to your personal information. This service applies updates to your system or, indeed, any other PC on the internet whether you like it or not! Due to the modest bump in profitability margins, MSFT in theory should be able to at least match expectations. That follows a four-year period in which PCs have largely been trumped by tablets and other mobile devices.
Over the trailing year, QCOM has lost 34% of value in the markets — by far the worst such statistic among the tech stocks covered here. I've been using the Microsoft Project Professional 2013 Preview since it became available, and here is an overview of some of the software's new features. The missing piece here is a tutorial or other bit of user assistance (no, not an online video) to guide novice users through breaking down a Project template and repurposing it for their own project scheduling needs. Changing how users can install Microsoft Project 2013 may go well in some organizations and even foster broader acceptance of Microsoft Project; however, organizations with locked down desktops aren't going to be able to escape the help desk ticket and visit from the IT pro to install the software.
Will also works as a contract technical writer for clients in the Washington, DC area and nationwide.
Bing and Google handle questions much better today than ever, but often the answers come unqualified and without the depth or authority of, say, a peer-reviewed encyclopedia.
To "Where was Barack Obama born?" Google puts "Honolulu" at top of page with link to five sources -- none of them Britannica. As I’m sure you’ll agree, though, progress is always necessary, so you were probably going to give in at some point. To help you get to grips with these irritating changes we’re going to show you what to do to take control of your system! For tech stocks, that could mean the forced closures of unprofitable business units, leading to a shrinking corporate footprint as well as payroll.
It’s an ambitious and arguably necessary goal given the cutthroat nature of tech stocks.
The Asian giant has the fastest-growing market of data-center devices according to a Bloomberg report, and QCOM desperately wants in. Should TXN meet those targets, sales for 2015 would come in just under the prior year’s results.
Again, there's no Britannica I can see, but Wikipedia, Catholic Encylopedia and infidels.org as top results. Does the increasing list of competitors worry you?We believe that we have four major competitors. They will, however, face an inordinate challenge from Intel, which maintains a near-monopoly of market share. This would do nothing more than to exacerbate the already disappointing sales trend over the past several years. SAP is certainly competition in the classic on-premise application space, but we don’t see them much in the cloud or industry specific areas. However in a reasonably short space of time we are number two with over a billion dollars in business through the cloud. If a customer buys such an engineered system there is no more storage RFP.To counter competition, we will look at direct focus through specialization. We introduced specialization within OPN (Oracle PartnerNetwork) to work with competent go-to partners.The large acquisition of Sun pitches you against server giants like IBM and HP.
I think some of these reports are a bit misleading as they tend to report holistically on the server landscape.
From a unit volume stand-point, even perhaps from a revenue perspective, we would never be number one in that landscape. We specifically do not compete in the commodity market, which consists of single digit margin in the x86 businesses.The real innovator is Intel and we have a close alliance with the chip giant which is the backbone of our engineered systems.
We believe x86 should be competent in engineered systems and not become a major focus for us. HP has no IP as their IP is Red Hat, Intel and VMware are fast losing their value to customer. Are these tech trends on the hype-cycle or do you see adoption by enterprises?There is a certain amount of hype, stickiness and fad around these words.
The cloud provides simplistic way to deliver standard IT services to the market quickly and at a low cost.
It’s a big part of the Java strategy to move data (encrypted at our end) from laptop to mobile devices.
The estimated explosion of mobile devices from three billion to 50 billion in next couple of years will be a big opportunity. What makes Oracle a favored vendor for ISVs and systems integrators?It was fundamentally anchored around writing applications of ISVs around our database.
We have grown into a true comprehensive platform—from middleware to DB, infrastructure layer, virtualization and down to server and storage. We are certifying ISVs on engineering systems like Exadata and Exalogic under the Exastack program. Our expertise in Java enables us to be the only company to provide technology from the device back to the datacenter. Oracle in the last eight years, through all the acquisitions, has grown in terms of product portfolio, but the consulting resource numbers are relatively flat. What ROI can they anticipate for a long-term profitable partnership?It depends on the scope and scale of the partners. And larger partners, capable of competencies in application to disk, are extremely profitable.
For an SI with end-to-end solutions in their portfolio, we are the best partner as there are fewer moving parts and fewer areas of failures.The new partner program provides good margins for selling right products in right markets.
Our big data strategy includes Exadata and BI like Exalytics through acquired Hyperion assets which we engineered for real time Analytics.



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  1. 29.10.2014 at 16:26:52


    That's also an active 365 user a microsoft solution.

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  2. 29.10.2014 at 11:30:59


    Aspect of the cloud requires separate, independent.

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